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National Sustainable Energy Strategy 2012-2033 in the Ministry of Energy, Science & Technology and Public Affairs Strategic Plan 2012-2017

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National Sustainable Energy Strategy 2012-2033 in the Ministry of Energy, Science & Technology and Public Affairs Strategic Plan 2012-2017
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  • Reduce the country's dependence on fossil fuels consumption by 50% by 2020, from one million barrels to one-half million barrels by 2020 against a 2011 baselineEnergy: Fuels · Target year: 2020
  • Triple the amount of modern energy carriers derived from Agricultural, Forestry and Fisheries production and processing, including municipal solid waste (MSW) by 2020 compared 2011Energy: Energy Efficiency · Target year: 2020
  • Reduce by 50% the number of rural households that are now using firewood for fuel to other more environmentally friendly biofuels cooking systems such as plant oil and biogas cookers, or solar cookers by 2020Energy: Renewable Energy: Biofuels · Target year: 2020
  • Improve energy efficiency and conservation by at least 30% by 2033, using energy utilization and GDP generated in 2011 as the baselineEnergy: Energy Efficiency · Target year: 2033
  • Reduce consumption of electricity by 50% from USD 6.8 million to USD 3.4 million, for the provision of cooling and lighting services to public sector buildings by 2033 compared with 2011Buildings: Energy Efficiency · Target year: 2033

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